Two thirds of teachers rate SEND provision as 'poor'

Neil Puffett
Friday, November 15, 2019

More than two thirds of teachers and school staff believe the quality of support for pupils with special educational needs or disabilities (SEND) is "poor", a survey has found.

The vast majority of survey respondents said the next government must provide more funding to improve SEND provision. Picture: Adobe Stock
The vast majority of survey respondents said the next government must provide more funding to improve SEND provision. Picture: Adobe Stock

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